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Bell Curve

1
5%

"Is anyone here a marine biologist?" You are. Go get 'em, fish lover.

2
25%

You are a microbiologist working on a federally funded grant. Your efforts to locate the "ugly gene" have been fruitless thus far.

3
50%

You are a biochemist employed by a large university. You train students and help them perform relevant research. And some irrelevant research, when there's time.

4
75%

You are a biophysicist working for the government within the field of neuroscience. No one you mention that to knows what that is, but they are all very impressed.

5
95%

You found the cure for cancer. Imagine—something as simple as combining milk and ketchup. It's disgusting, but it gets the job done.

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